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Generating a customised packet

Posted on 2004-09-04
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hi...

i'm enquiring whether is it possible and how to generate a customised packet, for example, specifying the header length , payload size ...etc in C or JAVA.
i'm doing this to try to emulate a DICOM packet and to send it out.
have u guys tried anything like this b4? any appropriate links and guides would be appreciated. pls help...

thanks.
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Question by:sharol82
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str_ek earned 63 total points
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you need to open a raw socket

take look at this
http://tangentsoft.net/wskfaq/advanced.html
and embeded example of raw ping :)
it's not the most clean and readable rawping implementation, but it cares bout most raw sockets usage concerning problems
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i think these are custom libraries but you could use them: http://jpcap.sourceforge.net/javadoc/net/sourceforge/jpcap/net/TCPPacket.html
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